In the House of assembly of Nova Scotia, on the 10th February, 1854, on introducing resolutions affirming the benefit of the union or confederation of the British North American colonies; and recommending measures for inducing the consideration of the subject by the several provincial governments under sanction of the Imperial authorities, and a recent letter of that gentleman on the proposal to replenish the speech. Our first, best country ever is at home. Cover-title
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Harold Campbell Vaughan Memorial Library, Acadia University Topics: Crawley, E. A. (Edmund Albern), 1799-1888, Crawley, E. A. (Edmund Albern), 1799-1888, Baptists,...
byJohnston, J. W. (James William), 1824-1900; Saunders, E. M. fl. 1871
A series of letters between Judge J.W. Johnston and Rev. E.M. Saunders written between Nov. 1870 and Feb. 1871 Topics: Johnston, J. W. (James William), 1824-1900, Saunders, E. M. fl. 1871, Johnston, J. W. (James...